THE NEW, WORLD ORDER some special use, dangerous to himself nor seriously inconvenient to his fellow-citizens. " (7) That a man unless he is declared by a competent authority to be a danger to himself and to others through mental abnormality, a declaration which must be annually shall not be imprisoned for a longer period six days without being chained with a definite offence against the law, nor for more than three months without a public trial. At the end of the latter period, if he has not been tried and sentenced by due process of law, he shall be released. Nor shall he be conscripted for military, police or any other service to which he has a conscientious objection. cc (8) That although a man is subject to the free criticism of his fellows, he shall have adequate protection from any lying or misrepresentation that may distress or injure him. All administra- tive registration and records about a man shall be open to his personal and private inspection. There shall be no secret dossiers in any adminis- trative department. All dossiers shall be accessible to the man concerned and subject to verification and correction at his challenge, A dossier is merely a memorandum ; it cannot be used as evidence without proper confirmation in open court.